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Park like tit why don't you.

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More than half the width of the car is on the footpath. Not like it was a small space to get in to..

Sweeping generalisation from SWMBO, well he is a BMW driver.....

540air says:

But it's sooooo nice and shiny. What am I saying? He's a tit!! ;)

4th Jan 2008, 13:17

i like sweeping generalisations, but not against cyclists, we're very sensitive to that kind of thing. BMW drivers are, however, tits.

4th Jan 2008, 14:03

goode says:

He's allowed he owns a BM. Apparently how to park is at the front of the manual... So he must be doing it right!

4th Jan 2008, 14:05

Sprocket says:

BMW drivers own the roads and the pavements. We pedestrians should pay a tax to be allowed to even walk on their parking pavements.

4th Jan 2008, 14:37

mat says:

Now that's not fair. I know several BMW drivers who are perfectly lovely people, and who know how to park.

The sweeping generalisation you want here is "some idiot who mistakenly thinks his car will perform better and/or look cooler with a frickin' spoiler and daftass body kit on it" :)

Side note: the car I most often seen parked badly, especially when it comes to creative interpretation of the "guide" lines in car parks - Renault Laguna.

4th Jan 2008, 14:45

goode says:

yes the laguna is bad for parking... mainly because the visibility is quite poor in them!

4th Jan 2008, 15:01

JokerXL says:

He's worried about loosing a (sprayed in body colour) wing mirror.
Wait 'till "Waynetta Pleb" tries to get past on the pavement with her triple-buggy.

4th Jan 2008, 20:37

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